This 4-star hotel on the west side of Houston features a saltwater pool, a bar with shuffleboard, and a free shuttle to nearby attractions
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Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor
Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor makes it easy to explore the surrounding city. In addition to being all of 500 feet from Interstate 10, the hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle that takes guests to Houston CityCentre for shopping, as well as to 16 nearby corporate headquarters—a boon for business travelers. No matter what adventures the day brings, guests can return to the four-star hotel to relax in the indoor saltwater pool.
- In-room amenities include flat-screen TVs and iHome docking stations.
- Transportation: Complimentary transportation within a 5-mile radius
- Catch up on correspondence over the free WiFi network.
- Breakfast and other upscale riffs on comfort food are served at Park Restaurant & Grille. Some of this deals options come with a daily breakfast for two.
- Rack ‘em up: Ten Bar & Lounge serves cocktails amid pool tables and a shuffleboard table.
Houston, Texas: Space History and Museums in Nation’s Fourth-Largest City
As the nation’s fourth-largest city by population, Houston has established itself as one of the Gulf Coast’s most thriving cultural hubs. The city’s museum district has 19 museums covering everything from history to art to science. For art lovers, the Menil Collection—which Frommer’s calls “one of the great private collections of the world”—is a must-see. Here, you’ll browse an array of 20th-century art from Jasper Johns, René Magritte, and Andy Warhol, as well as artifacts from Africa and the Pacific Islands.
You could also spend an entire day exploring Houston’s science institutions. When Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell famously stated, “Houston, we have a problem,” he was talking to mission control at Space Center Houston. Here, visitors can tour the historic mission-control room and get a behind-the-scenes look at astronauts training for the International Space Station. Along Houston’s Hermann Park, The Health Museum exhibits a large-scale human body that you can enter to learn about how your organs operate.